GOOGLE SITES COMO FERRAMENTA DE ENSINO DE EDUCAÇÃO FÍSICA A DISTÂNCIA EM TEMPOS DE COVID-19

PEDAGOGIA, ESTRATÉGIAS, REFLEXÕES E BARREIRAS DE UM PROFESSOR

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DOI:

https://doi.org/10.22456/1982-8918.122688

Palavras-chave:

Covid-19, Mudança social, Educação Física, Educação a distância, Auto estudo

Resumo

A covid-19 resultou na implementação de medidas de distanciamento social e fechamento de escolas no mundo. Este estudo explora alguns dos impactos, tais como escolhas pedagógicas, reflexões e barreiras do professor quando ele repentinamente mudou para um ambiente de ensino online e teve que ministrar aulas de Educação Física (EF) com o uso da tecnologia (Google Sites). A metodologia do autoestudo com análise temática foi utilizada para investigar as experiências do autor principal. Achados destacam como o professor teve que encontrar novas formas de ensino online, fazendo com que os alunos não estivessem exclusivamente em frente à tela, e atendesse as características sociais e dinâmicas da EF. Finalmente, as experiências e o processo de reflexão demonstraram a necessidade de ser coerente com as escolhas pedagógicas e abordagens teóricas e práticas como professor. Este artigo contribui para futuras formas de ensino de EF online, ao compreender a práxis de um professor.

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Biografia do Autor

Carlos Kucera, The University of Auckland

Faculty of Education and Social work.

Ana Lisa do Vale Gomes, Universidade Federal de Pernambuco. Recife, PE

Centro Acadêmico de Vitória.

Alan Ovens, The University of Auckland. Auckland, Nova Zelandia.

Faculty of Education. Faculty of Curriculum and Pedagogy.

Blake Bennett, The University of Auckland. Auckland, Nova Zelandia.

Faculty of Education. Faculty of Curriculum and Pedagogy.

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2022-04-10

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KUCERA, C.; GOMES, A. L. do V.; OVENS, A.; BENNETT, B. GOOGLE SITES COMO FERRAMENTA DE ENSINO DE EDUCAÇÃO FÍSICA A DISTÂNCIA EM TEMPOS DE COVID-19: PEDAGOGIA, ESTRATÉGIAS, REFLEXÕES E BARREIRAS DE UM PROFESSOR. Movimento, [S. l.], v. 28, p. e28019, 2022. DOI: 10.22456/1982-8918.122688. Disponível em: https://www.seer.ufrgs.br/index.php/Movimento/article/view/122688. Acesso em: 30 jun. 2022.

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